Welcome to the Ironworker learning management system. This site provides the online portions of your training, including; electronic versions of your manuals, homework, assignments, tests, and exams.
Apprentices are required to receive at least 204 hours of classroom and shop instruction during every year of training. The subjects taken in the shop and classroom complement the hands-on training received in the field. Subjects include:
The road to becoming a journeyman ironworker is through apprenticeship training. The Iron Worker's apprenticeship program is a well-organized and supervised method of training people, with little or no knowledge of the craft, to become journeymen ironworkers qualified in all segments of the trade. Most ironworker apprenticeships last 3 or 4 years depending on the local union requirements. An ideal schedule provides equal training in structural, reinforcing, ornamental, welding, and rigging. The actual length of training for each subject may vary depending on the predominant type of work available in the local area.
All class enrollments and test enrollments are scheduled by your local union apprenticeship coordinator or instructor. Contact them directly with any enrollment-related issues.
Select the login button and select "I forgot my password". The LMS will send password reset instructions to your email on file.
Please contact your local coordinator regarding course and test enrollment issues. For other support, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Desktop/laptop Windows or Mac systems are preferred for running the IW-LMS using the web-browser of your choice. Accessing via tablet or smartphone is also possible.
Click the System Check button to ensure your system is ready.
You need to allow pop-up windows in your web browser. Instructions for Chrome users.New Course Materials Available for Fall Protection!
See the LMS Blog for details.Open Book Geek Tip: Use Tabs to jump between Assignment Sheets and Flipbooks
Using a Mac or PC with Chrome? Try using tabs to easily jump between assignment sheets and flipbooks. Here's how:
Using tabs makes it easier to flip between an assignment sheet and the flipbook when search for content in a reference manual.
NOTE: When finished with an exercise, be sure to close out your tabs . We recommend working from right-tab to left: